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Printed for T. C. A D E L L, in the Strand :

A. Don ALD so N, in St. Paul’s Church-yard;
and W. CREECH, at Edinburgh,

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That Politicks may be reduced to a Science 13
Of the First Principles of Government 29
Of the Origin of Government 35
Of the Independency of Parliament 4. I
Whether the British Government inclines more

to absolute Monarchy, or to a Republic 47
Of Parties in General 55
Of the Parties of Great Britain 65
Of Superstition and Enthusiasm 75
Of the Dignity or Meanness of Human Na-

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XXIII. Of the Standard of Taste

P A R T II.

1. F Commerce

II. Of Refinement in the Arts

III. Of Money

IV. Of Interest

V. Of the Balance of Trade

VI. Of the Jealousy of Trade

VII. Of the Balance of Power

VIII. Of Taxes -

IX. Of Public Credit

X. Of some remarkable Customs

XI. Of the Populousness of Ancient Nations

XII. Of the Original Contračt

XIII. Of Passive Obedience

XIV. Of the Coalition of Parties

XV. Of the Protestant Succession

XVI. Idea of a perfeót Commonwealth

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